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Cricket Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Cricket !
  • 2. What is Cricket ?
    • Cricket is a sport somewhat similar to baseball.
    • Cricket was originated in England.
    • Cricket is played in more than 20 countries around the world.
    • It is mainly played in every continent but South America.
  • 3. Cricket Ground
  • 4. Info about Cricket !
    • Cricket ground is oval in shape.
    • Cricket is played on the hard surface called the pitch, that is in the middle of the ground.
    • The pitch is 24 yards long and on the both ends of the pitch there are 3 standing sticks called the stumps.
    • Cricket teams have 11 players.
    • In cricket there are 3 umpires.
    • There are 2 kind of cricket, test cricket and one-day cricket.
    • In test cricket 2 teams play for 5 days (10 hours everyday). It is very boring. Every day teams play 90 overs (540 balls).
    • In one-day cricket 2 teams play for 8 hours. It is more interesting and fun than the test cricket because the runs are made very quickly.
  • 5. More Info!
    • Cricket match start with the coin toss that decides which team is playing first.
    • Two player (batsman) start the match.
    • Each team have 5 or 6 bowlers.
    • If a batsman run from the one end of the pitch to the other end that is considered as one run.
    • There is a boundary line at the end of the ground. If the batsman hit the ball and it crosses the line by bouncing on the ground it is considered as 4 runs.
    • If the ball crosses the boundary line without touching the ground it is considered as six runs.
    • Each bowler bowls 6 balls at one time and that is called an over.
    • If the ball hit the stumps that is out.
  • 6. Access to Cricket sites.
    • Cricketnext.com
    • Cricketinfo.com
    • Cricket.com
    • Cricketline.com
    • Home